Blog, Family, Observations

Time to Remember: More Memories of Grandmother Monroe

I worry that in years from now I will forget the little things that Grandma did, said, or told us. I don’t ever want to forget: The way she smelled all throughout my growing up. The scent of her lotion or perfume (never did figure it out). The softness of her hands. The way she… Continue reading Time to Remember: More Memories of Grandmother Monroe

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Blog, Family, Friendship, Observations

Time to Remember: Memories of Grandmother Monroe

I truly love all of my biological Grandparents and knew each of them at different times of my life: Grandpa Blair as a toddler, Grandpa Monroe as a tween, Grandma Blair as a teenager, and Grandmother Monroe into "mid" adulthood. I am blessed and honored to carry on a bit of each of them. I… Continue reading Time to Remember: Memories of Grandmother Monroe

Blog, Family, Friendship

Time for Friends: Gramma Bette Owen

It’s funny, occasionally the most meaningful relationships are the ones that come in the most unexpected of ways. Sometimes relationships come on the first day of school and there are expectations of friends and companions. Sometimes relationships come because of new jobs or first days of camp. Others, can come from a simple introduction by… Continue reading Time for Friends: Gramma Bette Owen